Liz Lore was born and raised on a farm outside of Boston, Massachusetts and is currently based in Nova Scotia, Canada. Lore's mother is American and Canadian of Scottish descent and Lore’s father was an American who emigrated from Hungary.
Liz is a visual artist working in paint, printmaking and photography. As well as a career in engineering and marketing, she has a Fine Arts degree from the Arts University in Bournemouth in England. Her first degree was in Mechanical Engineering from Carnegie-Mellon University, Pennsylvania with a major in French. Liz has also recently completed a BA with a specialization in French linguistics and Acadian literature at University Sainte- Anne.
Liz has exhibited in group shows in Budapest, Hungary and in England: Salisbury, Bournemouth and London. She has exhibited in Nova Scotia in Galerie Trécarré in Church Point, in Annapolis Royal and at the Schoolhouse Cafe in Sandy Cove. Liz is a past board member of ARCAC (Annapolis Region Community Arts Council), and is a member of Les Arts de la Baie and Visual Arts Nova Scotia.
Liz’s subject matter includes still life, florals and landscape that she abstracts to combine texture, line and form to push the boundaries of understanding and recognition. Her work (installation, photos and paintings) often explores the links between humans and nature, imposing grids on natural elements such as feathers and flowers. She also uses natural processes such as freezing and melting to explore the impact on objects and imagery.